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[Podcast] The Come Up Show Presents – Feel Good Music (June 28, 2014)

The Come Up Show Podcast (Julne 28)

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This week we talked about all of the NXNE coverage that we have coming up on the site and also touched on some of the performances that took place. We premiered Dizzle K’s latest track with Casper, and Kardinal’s brand new summer jam, “I’m a Star.” The Come Up Show Radio is an award winning Hip-Hop radio show which broadcasts live every Saturday 6pm-8pm (est) on 94.9FM CHRW in London, Ontario, Canada. If you live outside our broadcast are we recommend you connect to our live video and audio streams. You can join our video stream and chat with us live on our spreecast account. You can listen to the audio stream live on the Tunein app. Connect with us on our website and follow us on mixcloud or subscribe to the podcast on feedburner. We are always looking for submissions for the radio show. Find out how you can be considered for radio play. Where Feel Good Music Lives.

[Interview + Podcast] Oddisee talks lessons learned in Khartoum, early influences, and defining success

Interview by: Martin Bauman Who's the most consistent artist in hip-hop these days? It's a tough question, but Oddisee's name has to be in the mix. Equally adept behind the boards and on the microphone, he very rarely disappoints when dropping new music. The Prince George's County, Maryland-raised artist calls it releasing "quantity and quality," and he's got a case: in the past four years alone, he's released Rock Creek Park, People Hear What They See, The Beauty in All, and Tangible Dream. Not a bad run, if you ask me. Oddisee is more than just a solid musician, however. He's a bright thinker, an observant and engaging lyricist, and one of the best examples of independent success you'll find. Naturally, we had to pick his brain. We caught up with Oddisee to talk about lessons he learned spending summers in Khartoum, early musical influences, defining success, and much more. Listen to the podcast above and read the interview after the jump.

[Podcast] Blacastan talks “Watson & Holmes”

Blacastan Podcast on The Come Up Show We've got a special edition of The Come Up Show Podcast for y'all this week. One of our representatives, Bill Beamin, was in contact with Army of the Pharaohs' own, Blacastan. The "rhyme master" himself is due to release a collaborative album with heavyweight Stu Bangas. As a duo, the team has taken to the aliases "Watson & Holmes," which is also the name of their upcoming album, as well as the track to their first feature music video. Listen in while Blacastan describes what got him into the culture, how he chose the name Blacastan, and much more. As one of the premier underground emcees in today's Hip-Hop landscape, Blacastan is able to shed light on working with legends like Vinnie Paz and Celph Titled (who both feature on the lead single "Nubian Metal). However, more importantly, as a man who grew up where Hip-Hop began, Blac subtly sheds light on some of the unwritten rules in the game... Pre-order Watson & Holmes here: https://www.brutalmusic.org/

[Podcast] The Come Up Show Presents – Feel Good Music (June 21, 2014)

The Come Up Show Podcast (June 21, 2014)

The Come Up Show Presents - Feel Good Music (June 21, 2014) by Thecomeupshow on Mixcloud

This week we discussed all the amazing acts performing at North By North East- in particular the Smash Mouth Cross Borders Showcase that happened Thursday Night, and the Battle of Americas taking place Saturday night. We also sampled several tracks from the buzzing New York emcee, Your Old Droog, and the rumours surrounding his true identity. The Come Up Show Radio is an award winning Hip-Hop radio show which broadcasts live every Saturday 6pm-8pm (est) on 94.9FM CHRW in London, Ontario, Canada. If you live outside our broadcast are we recommend you connect to our live video and audio streams. You can join our video stream and chat with us live on our spreecast account. You can listen to the audio stream live on the Tunein app. Connect with us on our website and follow us on mixcloud or subscribe to the podcast on feedburner. We are always looking for submissions for the radio show. Find out how you can be considered for radio play. Where Feel Good Music Lives.
Muneshine joins The Come Up Show for an interview

[Interview + Podcast] Muneshine talks “In Transit,” life lessons, and not being afraid to be different

Interview by: Martin Bauman The last time we caught up with Muneshine, he was at a crossroads: musically, better than ever after collaborating with D-Sisive on Jonestown 3, and yet personally, fed up with the lack of support and infrastructure in Canada. His and D-Sisive's exasperation represented how a lot of Canadian hip-hop artists felt, and at the time, it seemed entirely possible that both were done with hip-hop. As a fan, it was heartbreaking to watch. An era had ended before it had even been given its due. A lot can change in the course of two years, and fittingly, that's the theme through which we re-encounter Muneshine on his latest album, In Transit: navigating his way into new musical lanes, seeking new challenges. Less involved in hip-hop and more inspired by dance music these days, In Transit shows as much as things may have changed, he still can't seem to ditch the rapping bug yet. We caught up with Muneshine to talk about the album, life lessons, not being afraid to be different, and much more. Listen to the podcast above and read the interview after the jump.